Following a new report from Human Rights Watch on the use of banned cluster bombs by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, the United States State Department has once again given a statement so the government may appear as if it is concerned. But there have been consistent cluster bomb reports...
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The United States should rethink its ties to a country that engages in mass executions and disastrous military campaigns.
Saudi Arabia hopes that a violent Iranian reaction would create such an uproar in Washington, and especially in Congress, that the United States would be forced to intervene by attacking Iran.
The developments illustrate Saudi Arabia's new aggressiveness under King Salman. This is an escalation that will create havoc in the region.
Saudi Arabia’s involvement in Yemen has only destroyed lives and created a state of total chaos, and the U.S. government is complicit in the carnage.
Behind the closed doors of negotiating sessions the Saudis have strenuously resisted efforts to enshrine ambitious goals into the text of a Paris agreement.
Three nations whose history, action – and inaction – help to explain the slaughter by Isis have largely escaped attention in the near-hysterical response to the crimes against humanity in Paris: Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Syria.
Saudi Arabia's grotesque destruction of Muslim history is directly linked to Isis’s own purgation of the past.
Since World War II, the United States has maintained a close friendship with one of the world’s worst human rights violators, Saudi Arabia. Given mounting evidence of the Saudi monarchy’s appalling behavior, that relationship must end in order to start reconciling U.S. actions with its stated support for human rights.